Blake Griffin goes digital arguing with an NBA referee
Eastern Conference / December 29, 2018

Blake Griffin while playing for the Detroit Pistons against the Indiana Pacers got petty about a call. He got hold of Tablet, during a break, to show the referee that he thought he was wrong on a call. It does not appear the referee agreed with him. The Indiana Pacers smashed Blake in return and the final score was 125 to 88.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson underrated
Eastern Conference / November 5, 2017

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is the most underrated player in the NBA, National Basketball Association. He is currently averaging 15.7 PPG, 5.2 RPG, 1.4 APG, 1.1 STPG, 1.1 BLKPG while shooting 52% from the field and 85% from the free throw line. He is an elite defender who can guard anyone, from position 1-4 and he is slowly growing his offensive repertoire. He’s only 22 and has made tremendous improvements from his last season yet no one has talked about him. Maybe it’s best for him that he goes under the radar as he continues to blossom into a two-way star. – AC3

Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown
Eastern Conference / November 4, 2017

Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown are outscoring teams by 37 pts when they are playing together. DubStepHD GM strategy was to see how the Celtics did against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2017 playoffs. If they could not compete against the Cavs, which they could not, they should draft a wing (Jayson Tatum) and wait. To draft Tatum, trade the pick down. Everything went to plan, but Danny Ainge’s lost his head. He went beast mode GM Style. Signs Hayward Trades Isaiah Thomas Rids the Celtics of their bench The play of these 2 player makes everything worthwhile. They might be the most effective tandem in the League. The better Jayson Tatum plays, the more ridiculous the Gordon Hayward signing becomes.

Victor Oladipo vs Paul George
Eastern Conference / November 1, 2017

Paul George trade was won by Indiana Pacers. OKC fans will not complain though. Indiana Pacers’ 4wins 3loses Paul George is averaging 19.5pts 2.5ast 4.7rebs Victor Oladipo is averaging 25.5pts 3.2ast 4.5rebs Domantas Sabonis 13.0pts 10.2rebs Have the Indiana Pacers got the building blocks they need or will teams be able to tempt them into another trade? Personally, I never saw the trade as being poor value, Victor Oladipo aspires to be the leader of a team. Domantas Sabonis was lucky enough to get a great deal of court time last year. It has also paid off. Had Oklahoma City Thunder kept him, he would have been able to give them similar numbers.

Kyrie Irving be Like DREW
Eastern Conference / October 31, 2017

NBA MVP candidate Kyrie Irving is challenging for the Most Valuable Player awards. He currently leads the league with 17 steals. Mr No Defence is averaging 2.4 steals a game, placing him third on the averages list. How much better of is Kyrie Irving for the Boston Celtics, or is he better off at all? After the losses, we are just not sure he made the right decision. Could Kyrie Irving carry a team? He had to deal with a devastating loss of Gordon Hayward! The Boston Celtics have Jaylen Brown who was exerting leadership qualities throughout the summer league and Al Horford who has previously been a leader of the Atlanta Hawks, so in the end, Kyrie Irving does not have to carry the burden of being the leader. It is clear this total team approach, Brad Stevens leads as the coach, works for the entire Boston Celtics organisation. Their nemesis of the Cleveland Cavaliers are dysfunctional at the moment and lack starting five ball handlers with Isaiah Thomas and Derrick Rose injured.

Charlotte show promise in loss
Eastern Conference / October 28, 2017

James Harden Tipoff Player of the day. Howard’s homecoming looked liked it was going to be sweet for him. Eric Gordon killed it though…. The absence of Chris Paul is not being felt at all by the Houston Rockets. So much so, I would consider trading him already, but you will never get value for him. Charlotte Hornets have had a great start to the season, but as you watch them play the rawness of their team play is obvious. Malik Monk is backing up at point guard, and clearly, he can do that. Monk’s main problem is the awesomeness of his ability. Mr Monk has impressive athleticism, he can get a shot anytime against anyone, he just does not know when to. Mr Monk plays point luck with his decision making. Other problems the Hornets have are 1)they do not play within themselves individually 2)they appear to lack trust in each other, and Dwight Howard is still playing within himself at around 80%. It is always an impressive contribution, but he could give more. On the night his figures were. 19pts 16rebs(7Off) only 33% from the line. Monk needs to learn the pick n roll better, and veterans need…

Kyrie Irving fined by the NBA
Eastern Conference / October 22, 2017

Kyrie Irving of the Boston Celtics fined $25K by national basketball association for saying”s*** my d***” to a fan who asked him where Lebron is. Lebron James’ ghost will haunt uncle drew from most of the season. Now that Gordon Hayward is out for the entire season, one of the most talented guards in the league now has the time and freedom to become any player he wants. Should the fine structure change in the National Basketball Association? Should it be a percentage of the player’s salary? -AJHEAT